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About

No Boston family has been serving seafood longer than the Contos family at No Name restaurant on Boston's Fish Pier. For almost a century we've delivered the freshest catches to folks like you who have come from all over the world to enjoy a memorable meal. Our Boston seafood restaurant is become as synonymous with Beantown as Paul Revere and Fenway Park- with good reason. We serve great food in a friendly atmosphere. We're located on the South Boston Waterfont. Come Eat!

People have come from all over the world to eat at The No Name.

Many start with our famous seafood chowder. Here is a recipe, published in the Boston Globe, before many of you were born.

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menu

This is your lobster. there are many in the sea like it, but this one is yours. He's been fetched from the Atlantic Ocean, promptly broiled, then served fresh to you with dipping butter and corn on the cob. Order a cold drink from the bar and start this meal with our famous seafood chowder!

broiled

fried

The atomosphere and the service makes the No Name a popular spot, but the food make it a destination.

Drinks

Brinley Drink List

Lime Swizzle

Brinley’s Lime Rum, club soda and fresh citrus

Cuba Libre

Brinley’s Lime Rum and Soda

Mango Tango

Brinley’s Mango Rum and Cranberry Juice

Vanilla Stormy

Brinley’s Vanilla Rum and Ginger Beer

Double -07-

Orange Vodka, Lemon Lime Soda and oj

Sailor’s Coffee

Brinley’s Coffee Rum and Molly’s Irish Cream on the Rocks

Spiked Tea

Burnetts Sweet tea vodka with lemonade

The No Name Bloody Mary

Orange Creamsicle

Burnetts whipped cream and orange cream vodka with oj

Wine List

We proudly serve the following wines from our local vineyard available by the bottle or the glass.

Pinot Grigio

crisp, light, fruity and refreshing.

Chardonnay

lightly oaked with hints of ripe apple

Savignon Blanc

stainless steel fermented, notes of grapefruit and citrus

Rose

a classic dry but fruity wine. Good with anything

Zinfandel

a nice, full-bodied red, American oak aged for 18 months

Cabernet Franc

Medium-bodied and versatile red with herbal and earthy notes

Bottle Beer

Sam Adams Light

Sam Adams Latittude 48 IPA

Angry Orchard Cider

Coors Light

Miller Lite

Guinness

PBR

Amstel Light

Anchor Steam

Bass

Budweiser

Bud Light

Bud Light Lime

Corona

Harpoon IPA

Heineken

Heineken Light

Modelo Especial

Stella Artois

Draft Beer

Blue Moon

Sam Adams Boston Lager

Sam Adams Seasonal

Sam Adams Boston Brick Red

history

The No Name got its name just after opening, in 1917. Fisherman docking from shifts would wander to a nearby fish stand and ask the proprieter, Nick Contos, what his place was called. "No Name, come eat" he'd say. It stuck. Since then the Contos family has operated a landmark stop on Boston´s eating scene, offering a seafarer's atmosphere with fresh catches daily. A trip to Boston is incomplete without a visit to the No Name. Come eat!

Nick Contos

"He had no fancy airs about him, and only the most observant visitors knew that Nicholas J. Contos was the owner of the No Name Restaurant on the Fish Pier on the South Boston waterfont. His charitable efforts were like his physical presence and even his famed eatery's name: very understated. "No one who approached him for any kind of help was turned away," said the Rev. Dr. Emmanuel Clapsis, dean of the Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology in Brokline, after Nick's death. "He was the most extraordinary person I have ever met."

Famous Faces

Just a few of famous faces that have come into the No Name for our famous seafood menu in Boston.
From Left to Right: Emeril Lagase -Bam-, Jack Kennedy, his brother, Edward, with family, Tedy Bruschi, Jacoby Ellsbury, Andy Garcia

Contact

We're open Monday through Sunday 11a.m. to 10 p.m.

Get here from:

The No Name

The No Name is just minutes from downtown Boston on Boston's Waterfont. Easily get to our Boston Seafood restaurant from the Boston Convention Center, Institute of Contemporary Art a short trip from the Back Bay. Planning a large gathering? Call ahead and we'll plan for space. We accept all mojor credit cards and offer free parking in our Fish Pier lot.

Historic Fish Pier, Boston
15 1/2 Fish Pier Street West
South Boston, MA
p: 617.338.7539 | EMAIL US

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